The LG Tone Studio is a poorly conceived idea that combines wireless earphones with a personal speaker, and neither option sounds very good.
Sennheiser's IE 80 S earphones produce sound worthy of their $350 price, but some peculiar design decisions make the overall experience feel less than luxurious.
If you like an on-ear fit and big bass response for your workouts, the wireless Plantronics BackBeat Fit 500 headphones get just about everything right.
The Logitech G533 is a comfortable wireless gaming headset with few connection options and perhaps too much bass.
The wireless, exercise-friendly Sony MDR-XB80BS earphones deliver thunderous bass, but lack the high-mid definition that allows for balance.
The Fitbit Flyer is a sleek pair of wireless earphones with a fitness-focused design, but you won't find any special health monitoring or tracking features.
The Periodic Audio Be delivers a wonderful sonic experience in spite of looking like a bargain bin pair of earphones.
The Mpow M3's most alluring feature is its price, but there are better-balanced Bluetooth headphones available for roughly the same amount.
A wirelessly powered gaming mouse and a boom-mic-equipped set of earphones are two upcoming gaming accessories from a resurrected Mad Catz.